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    Default What is the best Charter service in Seward?

    What Charter service gives me the best chance of catching quality sized Halibut in Seward this June and July?
    Has anyone had a great experience with a specific charter in Seward?

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    I have never been on a charter in Seward, but from all that I have heard, and there is a lot of info on this subject, Crackerjack and Pro Fisn n sea, are the top dogs, but I am sure there are several other good ones, and probably a few bad ones too

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    I say try this guy:

    http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/member.php?u=1089

    He is a great supporter of this forum, and helps out the private anglers here.
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    The best charter is the one that hooks you into the biggest halibut you ever caught and get you a limit of silvers, black bass, ling cod, etc.

    The thing about charters is that it is really all luck and good weather.
    Granted a good captin and deckhand on a crappy day beats a crapy captin and crappy deck hand on a good day!

    What you should ask is,
    What Captin and deck hand did you enjoy the most?
    Also remeber to tip the deckhand atleast $ 20-40 per person if he does a good job!

    Oh and Good luck fishing! You might try brining some salmon bellies with you, While everyone else is putting out the sent and having to reel up every 15-20 min's to re-bait you stay down 30-45 min on a salmon belly!

    Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrogers View Post
    I say try this guy:

    http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/member.php?u=1089

    He is a great supporter of this forum, and helps out the private anglers here.
    I was thinking the same thing. He is always willing to give tips and info on the board and is who I will look to book when I get back up there after a couple of years of school.
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    Crackerjack or Pro-Fish-N-Sea are the best in Seward.

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